MA Candidate, Art History (Mesoamerican)
Ancient American Art
West Mexican ceramics
Intersections of contemporary and the ancient past
BA, Art History, Emory University
As an Andeanist at Emory University, Kendyll concentrated on the iconography of stelae at the site of Tiwanaku. Now at UT, she specializes in the art of Mesoamerica, and her current research centers around West Mexico’s shaft tomb tradition and ceramic figurines. She is also interested in museums and how they display and interpret their collections. Currently, she works with the Blanton Museum of Art as a graduate teaching fellow. She also assists the Art and Art History Department in researching their ancient American collection.